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Travis Scott Announces Utopia Tour; What Is His Net Worth?

Through the course of his music career, Scott has amassed a massive fan following and massive net worth backed by numerous endorsement deals.
UPDATED FEB 16, 2024
Cover Image Source: Getty Images | Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer
Cover Image Source: Getty Images | Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer
Name  Travis Scott
Net Worth $80 Million
Salary N/A
Annual income $39 Million (Estimated)
Sources of income Music, endorsements
DOB 30 April 1991
Age 32 years
Gender Male
Nationality United States of America
Profession Rapper, Lyricist, Music producer

American rapper Travis Scott announced that he will be hitting the road with his latest album "Utopia". This will be his first tour since the 2021 Astroworld tragedy that left 10 attendees dead. The rapper took to Instagram to share the news while dropping the poster of the tour which revealed the tour will be named the Utopia Presents Circus. “UTOPIA TOUR SOON US AND EURO DATES SOON TO BE ANNOUNCE I MISS THE ROAD I MIS YALLLL,” Scott wrote in the caption of the post.

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The exact dates for the show are yet to be announced, but the rapper plans to perform his new album in cities around North America including Boston, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Vancouver, and more, according to Pitchfork. The news of the upcoming tour was shared after Scott’s performance on Monday in Rome, where he brought out fellow rapper Kanye West for a performance of his hits “Can’t Tell Me Nothing” and “Praise God.”


He also paid tribute to West, saying, “There is no Utopia without Kanye West. There is no Travis Scott without Kanye West. There is no Rome without Kanye West.”


Through the course of his music career, Scott has amassed a massive fan following and massive net worth which is backed by endorsement deals and an expensive car collection. However, he has been involved in controversies as well with the latest being his last performance, in which 10 spectators died due to a stampede caused by a surge of spectators.

Jacques Berman Webster II, aka Travis Scott, has a net worth of $80 million as of 2024, according to Celebrity Net Worth. The 32-year-old rapper is one of the highest-paid and most popular rappers in the world. Apart from his distinctive blend of hip-hop, trap, and psychedelic music, Travis is also notable for his relationship with Kylie Jenner.

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Scott's album "Astroworld" (2018), won Best Rap Album at the Billboard Music Awards and was nominated for the same category at the Grammy Awards. Its hit single "Sicko Mode" held the number-one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.


Scott was born Jacques Berman Webster II, in Houston, Texas and as a child he lived with his grandmother in South Park, Houston. He then  moved to Missouri City, and graduated from Elkins High School to enrolled at the University of Texas San Antonio. However, he  dropped out his sophomore year to pursue a music career.

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He formed music duo "The Graduates" with long-time friend Christ Holloway, and released their untitled first EP on Myspace in 2008. He continued to work underground he moved to Los Ageles to further his career.

He released his solo full-length project, a mixtape titled "Owl Pharaoh," which  was delayed due to sample clearance issues. It eventually released in May 2013, on the iTunes store. 

Release of Rodeo

The  tuning point in Scott's career came with  his first studio album "Rodeo" which eleased September 2015. It featured guest appearances from artists like  Quavo, Juicy J, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, and Justin Bieber,  among others. The album was well-received by both critically and fans, debuting number three on the US Billboard 200 chart.


After the release of his second album,  "Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight" and "Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho,"  Scott hit a new career high with his fourth  album "Astroworld" in  2018.  The album's single "Sicko Mode," became his highest charting solo single after peaking at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and was nominated for a Grammy. 



In 2023, the  album "Utopia",  which released with  a visual companion, CIRCUS MAXIMUS,  debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and peaked atop Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. The album also eaned the rapper a Grammy nomination for the Best Album and his first number 1 UK Album spot.  Further, the album achieved the milestone of over a billion streams on Spotify. 


Notable Collaborations

Some of Scott's notable collaborations include "Pick Up The Phone" with Young Thug and Quavo.  Drake's "Portland",  Kris Wu's "Deserve" , "Watch" with Kanye West, and "Power is Power" with The Weeknd and SZA for the  "Game of Thrones." Over the course of his career, Scott has been nominated for the Grammy Awards ten times, but failed to win any. 


Travis Scott earned $20 million between September 2017 and September 2018, from touring, record sales, and an endorsement deal with Nike. This made him one of the 15 highest-paid rappers in the world for the year, as per Celebrity Net Worth.


While the rapper earned $40 million between June 2019 and June 2020, his Astroworld tour grossed $65 million as per the publication. In 2020, Scott landed a $20 million endorsement deal with McDonald's as well.

Travis Scott's car collection features some of the world's most exotic and high-performing cars in the world. Scott has a pricey hypercar, the Ferrari LaFerrari Aperta worth $3.2 million. Another hypercar in Scott’s Garage is the Bugatti Chiron. There are only 500 models of the car ever produced which explains the $3 million price tag of the machine.


Further, Scott owns a Lamborghini Aventador SVJ, worth $600,000, a Mercedes-Maybach G650, worth $1.6 million, and a special West Coast edition Lamborghini Urus worth, $655,000, among other cars, as per The Richest.

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In 2019, Travis Scott bought a $14 million home in his native Houston. Built in 2005, the property spans 12,000 square feet sitting on 1.5 acres of land within a gated community. Later in June 2020, he bought a $23.5 million mansion in Brentwood in Los Angeles and the following year he paid $6 million for the home immediately next door to the property, as per Celebrity Net Worth.


Further in 2018, Scott along with his partner Kylie Jenner, bought a home in Beverly Hills, California for a whopping $13.45 million. The couple listed the property for sale in 2022 for nearly $22 million.

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Social Media Following

Instagram 54.6 Million
Twitter 11.9 Million
Facebook 9.3 Million
YouTube 17.7 Million

Personal Life

Scott began dating television star, entrepreneur and model, Kylie Jenner in 2017. He made several appearances on the show that followed the Kardashian family. The two share a daughter named Stomi Webster who was born in 2018. After a year from that, Scott and Jenner separated in September 2019. 

Travis Scott’s $750 million lawsuit

Following the disturbing events at the Astroworld Festival in 2021, where 10 people died in a stampede during Scott’s performance in his hometown Houston, an expensive lawsuit was filed by the victim’s families on Scott, fellow rapper Drake, and the organizers of the event, Live Nation.

Apart from the deaths, the attorneys of the plaintiff claimed that there were 732 claims of extensive medical treatment and 1,649 claims of less extensive medical treatment. Further, there were 2,540 claims for various injuries putting the total number of injury claims at over 4,900.

According to an NBC News report, the combined lawsuits filed against Scott and Live Nation totaled about $750 million. The suit also listed the rapper Drake, who joined Scott halfway through the set, and Apple Music, among others. Later in 2022, as per a BBC report, Travis Scott privately settled the lawsuit relating to the Astroworld tragedy. 


2024 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap Album For "Utopia"

2022 Nominee Grammy: Album of the Year For "Donda"

2021 MTV VMA: Best Hip Hop For Travis Scott Feat. Young Thug & M.I.A.: Franchise

2021 Nominee Grammy: Best Melodic Rap Performance For "Highest In The Room"

2020 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap/Sung Performance For "The London"

2019 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap Album For album "Astroworld"

2019 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap Performance For "Sicko Mode"

2018 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap/Sung Performance For "Love Galore"

2017 Nominee Grammy: Album of the Year For the album "Purpose"

2014 Nominee Grammy: Best Rap Song For the song "New Slaves."